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Trading Malaysian Places
August 02, 2011
Trading Malaysian Places
A controversial deal between Australia and Malaysia for dealing with asylum seekers has gone into effect.
Trading Malaysian Places
August 01, 2011
Abu Sayyaf Strike Back
An ambush by Abu Sayyaf rebels in which at least seven Philippine soldiers were killed is a reminder the outfit isn’t finished.
Abu Sayyaf Strike Back
Voices from Burma's Gulag
July 30, 2011
Voices from Burma's Gulag
Freed political prisoners in Burma share their stories of the conditions, and sometimes torture, they faced.
Voices from Burma's Gulag
Christians Under Fire in Laos
July 28, 2011
Christians Under Fire in Laos
Officials in northern Laos bar Christians from meeting in private as part of a broader crackdown on the religion.
Christians Under Fire in Laos
Trouble Brewing in Thailand?
July 27, 2011
Trouble Brewing in Thailand?
Is the killing of a Cambodian soldier along the border with Thailand a sign of Thai domestic troubles to come?
Trouble Brewing in Thailand?
Singapore Issues Travel Warning
July 26, 2011
Singapore Issues Travel Warning
The arrest of 11 suspected militants is a reminder that terrorism still looms over the city state’s interests.
Singapore Issues Travel Warning
Female President for Singapore?
July 25, 2011
Female President for Singapore?
Singaporeans might be ready for a female president. But the rules governing candidates make it tricky.
Female President for Singapore?
July 23, 2011
Fishing for a Grey Zone?
Vietnam’s fishermen are set to defy a Chinese ban on fishing in parts of the South China Sea. Is a grey zone a solution?
Fishing for a Grey Zone?
July 21, 2011
Filipino Spratly Tweak
As the ASEAN Regional Forum kicks off, the Philippines upsets China with a visit to disputed Pagasa Island.
Filipino Spratly Tweak
Cambodia Stock Exchange Opens
July 21, 2011
Cambodia Stock Exchange Opens
The opening of Cambodia’s stock exchange marks another step down the road of economic development.
Cambodia Stock Exchange Opens
Negotiating the South China Sea
July 20, 2011
Negotiating the South China Sea
China and Southeast Asian nations have very different negotiating strategies in the South China Sea disputes.
Negotiating the South China Sea
Najib, the Queen and the Pope
July 19, 2011
Najib, the Queen and the Pope
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s Europe tour is dogged by questions over a crackdown on the Bersih rally.
Najib, the Queen and the Pope
ICJ Rules on Preah Vihear
July 19, 2011
ICJ Rules on Preah Vihear
The ICJ rules that Thailand and Cambodia should withdraw their troops from the site of a disputed temple.
ICJ Rules on Preah Vihear
Saudization and Migrants
July 16, 2011
Saudization and Migrants
Worried by high unemployment, Saudi Arabia is introducing quotas for foreign workers. How will it hit Asian workers?
Saudization and Migrants
Upbeat on Thai-Cambodia Ties
July 15, 2011
Upbeat on Thai-Cambodia Ties
The election of Yingluck Shinawatra could put relations between Thailand and Cambodia back on track.
Upbeat on Thai-Cambodia Ties
Indonesia's Military and Climate
July 14, 2011
Indonesia's Military and Climate
Indonesia faces a serious threat to its human security from climate change. Its military needs to step up.
Indonesia's Military and Climate
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